Looking to move to an area with a great restaurant and bar scene? These areas should be on your short list.
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If you’re looking to move someplace in Denver that’s nice and close to some foodie hotspots, here are the four areas I recommend:
1. Washington Park. This is always a classic choice. A number of great restaurants have been in this area for a long time, and it’s within reasonable walking distance to Downtown Denver.
2. LoHi (aka Lower Highlands). Located in downtown Denver right next to Sloan Lake, this area has so many new restaurants pop up, I can’t even keep track of all of them. But that’s the beauty of it—living here means you can walk to Downtown Denver for work and walk to all these great restaurants without ever seeing all of them.
3. RiNo (aka River North Art District). This is a sprawling district on the east side of I-25 that features a slew of cool dive bars and restaurants.
4. Littleton. If you’d rather be further removed from the downtown scene, Littleton has some great restaurants as well. Old Littleton, specifically, has staples like The Melting Pot, Kate’s Wine Bar, and Jake’s to choose from. It’s an amazing location that also allows you easy access to Santa Fe Drive.
If you know of any awesome restaurants I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to feature them in a future video, and if I do feature a restaurant you tell me about, you’ll receive a gift card to that same venue.
As always, if you have any real estate questions, feel free to give me a call or send me an email as well. I look forward to hearing from you.